Barcelona has filed a lawsuit against former player Neymar over a breach of contract, according to the Spanish club. The Brazilian superstar left Barca earlier this month in a world-record move to PSG, and Barca has responded with a labor lawsuit to the Spanish soccer federation, so that it can then be passed onto the French soccer association and FIFA. The club demands that the player return the "already paid sum" for his contract renewal, since he did not complete the contract. Barca claims 8.5 million euros in damages and an additional 10 percent for delayed payment. Barca also requests PSG pay the fees since the player isn't allowed to do it himself. Neymar had originally signed a contract
Philippe Coutinho is ready to hold talks with Liverpool after conceding defeat in his efforts to join Barcelona this summer, reports The Independent . The Brazilian saw a transfer request rejected by Liverpool, who have turned down three bids from Barcelona for the playmaker. With Liverpool adamant that he is not for sale, Coutinho and his representatives are now planning clear-the-air talks with the club’s key figures, with Barcelona being blamed for putting pressure on the player.
Jacob Wolf ESPN Staff Writer Close Staff Writer for ESPN.com Reports across multiple games, including League of Legends, Super Smash Bros., Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and Call of Duty. Specializes in investigative reporting Follow on Twitter European-based esports team G2 Esports has closed a series of funding with an investor group that includes FC Barcelona midfielder André Gomes, the organization announced Wednesday. The group includes Gomes, family office Everblue Management, MACRO Ventures and Brazilian entrepreneur Marc Lemann, who is the son of the wealthiest man in Brazil, according to Forbes: Jorge Paulo Lemann. G2 did not disclose the amount of money raised or the valuation of